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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by vcruvinel View Post
    Julian, thanks for you reply! But I really do not see any difference. Can you please show me where is the vertical and horizon reference that you said?
    Ive added red lines on the facade of the hangar in the picture below and have cropped it a bit for better visibility. Those vertical lines are used for reference.
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  • vcruvinel
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    Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
    Hi

    Use the verticals of the hangar to level, its a architectural building and should be vertical.
    This is how it looks now:
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]10301[/ATTACH]

    Hope this helps, have a nice day!
    Julian, thanks for you reply! But I really do not see any difference. Can you please show me where is the vertical and horizon reference that you said?

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  • Julian S.
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    Hi

    Use the verticals of the hangar to level, its a architectural building and should be vertical.
    This is how it looks now:
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    Hope this helps, have a nice day!

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  • vcruvinel
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    Hi!

    I got this rejection https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6161592 because of Horizon Unlevel and I want to know how I can correct this issue as I use the vertical reference to center and align the photo. if I use the horizon reference the aircraft will gonna be a little strange as I tried here (to much inclination).

    I will appreciate any tip to improve my skills and photos. Thanks as always!

    Vinicius

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    From a series that I just had rejected, I had a couple of questions:

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6147878 - how much over-exposed - I know I added some exposure to it because the original was a little dark, but was surprised at the over-exposure rejection.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6147881 - I know how much contrast I added, and the histogram on my Mac seemed to be balanced, so I am wondering how much over-contrast it is.

    I am at work and can't get to the screening email in case there was an explanation, so I'm asking here while I can.

    Thanks
    Dark tones are too bright there (this leads to a overexposure or too little contrast rejection - probably the nose is a bit blown out)
    Ive tried to edit your picture but its a bit tricky without the original file. The expamle below is ok in my opinion but for the final result best try the pre-screening thread, because im not a screener.
    The left side of the example below should be ok (right side is your original):
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    Second one have too liitle contrast - the dark tones are too bright. (a gap on the left side of the histogram)
    The left side of the example below should be ok (right side is your original):
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    I hope this will help you a bit.
    Have a nice evening.

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  • MarkLawrence
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    From a series that I just had rejected, I had a couple of questions:

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6147878 - how much over-exposed - I know I added some exposure to it because the original was a little dark, but was surprised at the over-exposure rejection.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6147881 - I know how much contrast I added, and the histogram on my Mac seemed to be balanced, so I am wondering how much over-contrast it is.

    I am at work and can't get to the screening email in case there was an explanation, so I'm asking here while I can.

    Thanks

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Majky737 View Post
    Hi,

    is the contrast on the photo attached below well balanced?

    Thank you.
    Marian

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]10248[/ATTACH]
    Contrast should be ok, though not much direct light falling on the aircraft, and it is a bit soft.

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  • Majky737
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    Hi,

    is the contrast on the photo attached below well balanced?

    Thank you.
    Marian

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Please read the Upload Guidelines:

    3.4.2 Spotting location


    For spotting locations, the following minimum requirements apply:
    ◦ photo must show a public location regularly used for spotting
    ◦ photo needs to cover a wider view of the area
    ◦ the airport area should be in view
    ◦ at least one aircraft should be in view
    ◦ little description of the spotting location in the remarks field is mandatory, mainly the name under which the location is known, what can be seen from here (e.g. which runway, morning/afternoon light, ...)


    Optional but recommended as the best way to pinpoint a spot...
    ◦ Google Earth co-ordinates in this format after you remarks:
    ◦ < br >< b >[Google Earth xxxx'xx.xx"N/S xxxx'xx.xx"E/W]< /b > (remove the spaces between the < and >)

    Thank you! I'll reupload with a small description.
    Have a nice day.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
    Many Thanks Erez!!!
    But is it really a rejection reason when there are no coordinates in the Remark? Rejectionreason is Bad Info: "Remark"
    Have a great weekend!
    Please read the Upload Guidelines:

    3.4.2 Spotting location


    For spotting locations, the following minimum requirements apply:
    ◦ photo must show a public location regularly used for spotting
    ◦ photo needs to cover a wider view of the area
    ◦ the airport area should be in view
    ◦ at least one aircraft should be in view
    ◦ little description of the spotting location in the remarks field is mandatory, mainly the name under which the location is known, what can be seen from here (e.g. which runway, morning/afternoon light, ...)


    Optional but recommended as the best way to pinpoint a spot...
    ◦ Google Earth co-ordinates in this format after you remarks:
    ◦ < br >< b >[Google Earth xxxx'xx.xx"N/S xxxx'xx.xx"E/W]< /b > (remove the spaces between the < and >)

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  • ErezS
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    Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
    You helped me so i will do the same for you
    In my opinion you can add a bit more darkness - like this:
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]10217[/ATTACH]

    I hope this will help you a bit.
    Dear Julian,

    This is the brotherhood of colleagues.

    I'll try it, thanks.

    Erez.

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by ErezS View Post
    Dear friends,

    I think the contrast is fine but accepts the rejection.
    So is it possible to get a recommendation for improving this photo?

    Thanks in advance,
    Erez.
    You helped me so i will do the same for you
    In my opinion you can add a bit more darkness - like this:
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    I hope this will help you a bit.

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  • ErezS
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    Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
    Many Thanks Erez!!!
    But is it really a rejection reason when there are no coordinates in the Remark? Rejectionreason is Bad Info: "Remark"
    Have a great weekend!
    Julian,
    In my personal opinion the reason for this rejection is that you did not specify the place at all.
    I mean, where is this place? You have not written how one can get to this place.
    Take a look at the last accepted photos in the category of "Spotting Location".
    https://www.jetphotos.com/airline/Spotting%20Location
    I'm sure it will help you understand the rejection.


    Have a great weekend!
    Erez.

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by ErezS View Post
    Julian,
    Although I am not a team member, I trying to help you.
    First at all see it here:
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=6139835

    According to the rules, you need to specify the exact location.
    It is also desirable (but not mandatory) to specify the coordinates of the location.

    Best regards,
    Erez.
    Many Thanks Erez!!!
    But is it really a rejection reason when there are no coordinates in the Remark? Rejectionreason is Bad Info: "Remark"
    Have a great weekend!

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  • ErezS
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    Dear friends,

    I think the contrast is fine but accepts the rejection.
    So is it possible to get a recommendation for improving this photo?

    Thanks in advance,
    Erez.

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